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Thursday, June 09, 2005
Pledge to waive Africa's debt
WASHINGTON: U.S. President George W. Bush on Tuesday pledged to work with British Prime Minister Tony Blair to forgive the debt of developing African nations, and defended a stance on global warming that is at odds with many of America's allies. ...
Avoid "divisive debate" on U.N. Council: China
Understands India's stance; "reforms are bigger"
Kurdish-Shia pact may acquire a military angle
President Talabani expresses support for Shia militia
"Iraq reports were not fixed"
WASHINGTON: The U.S. President George Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair again defended the decision to go to war against Iraq with the former denying that he had made up his mind before the final decision. "Nothing was farther from the ...
India & World
Kasuri sad over Advani's resignation
Need for "quick resolution" of all outstanding issues underscored
India may extend $500 million credit line to Sudan
NEW DELHI: India is likely to extend a $500-million credit line to Sudan in view of the emerging opportunities for domestic businessmen, according to Sudan's Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail. He said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gave an ...
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